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As one begins to develop from childhood to adulthood, at a point in life, one unconsciously begins to crave perpetual satisfaction that is characterized by financial security, happiness, love, and respect from others. These constitute the elements of a fulfilled life. However, it's usually challenging to achieve all the elements of a fulfilled life, as evident in the feeling that one is lacking in one thing or the other of the good things of life. Hence, one tends to manage a dissatisfied life.
In the book Fulfillment, the author, ICA, seeks to present his worldview about living a fulfilled life and achieving a life hierarchy of self-actualization through spiritual awakening into God's predestined purpose for every individual of humanity. This is often termed as a higher purpose.
There are many things I like about this book. First, I love the fact that the book is lesson-packed. It is educative reading the quotes at the beginning of each chapter. Also, it is richly educative to read about the new perspective and the profound analysis provided for the life's questions which the author raised in the book. I appreciate the author's effort for the overall message being passed. As a Christian, the book added to my spiritual knowledge of God—how he works and how we can quietly listen to hear Him as He speaks to us through various media on the direction to take to live a fulfilled life. Secondly, the author has done a meticulous job of presenting his message without confusion, but with clear language which is easy to understand, even while he is not a native English speaker. The questions raised made the book's message flow interactively.
I like everything about this book, as there's nothing I could dislike in it. The new perspective of life and God presented in the book is fascinating and thought-provoking; I can not but agree with him that God indeed uses subtle ways, like feelings, thought, scenarios, etc., to communicate directly to every individual.
Additionally, l have found no grammar error in the book, so it must have been professionally edited. Hence, Fulfillment by ICA earns a rating of 4 out of 4 stars from me.
I'll recommend the book to lovers of self-help books; especially if you'll love those which speak from a spiritual or Christianity point of view, you will love this book as well. Generally, as the book seems to present the author's experiential knowledge about life, and you don't mind the religious tone in the texts, you can benefit from the book. It is not a book that teaches how to practice a particular religion.
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